Geingob and the land question

THE death of Namibian President Hage Geingob on February 4 was a devastating loss not only to the people of Namibia but the rest of Africa and the developing world’s aspirations for total economic emancipation. President Geingob represented both the founding principles of Africa’s quest for prosperity through culling colonialism, neo-colonialism and giving back to the masses land and means of production as well as the looming shift in global political and economic power.  “We don’t have to fight over land because there is (enough) to...

Remittances and growth of innovation in Zim 

ONE of the fastest-growing sectors in Zimbabwe is financial technology, which has led to a rise in the applications and tools that improve international remittances, a major source of incoming liquidity to the country.  With remittances from overseas surging from US$1 billion in 2020 to...

The ideological war rages on

EDITOR’S NOTE With Professor Pfukwa   IT is a fact that the Rhodesians did not die. Rhodies will...

Pope must keep out of gay war

COMMENT THE Vatican has shocked the world by approving the blessing of same-sex couples by...

Secret behind Sulu’s dendera success story

By Fidelis Manyange A NUMBER of departed yesteryear music greats have bequeathed their legacy to...

Rolling with the dice …as band splits leave artistes in limbo

By Fidelis Manyange IN the past, we have had artistes who split after gaining fame...

Cholera outbreak …City fathers failing the people

By Elizabeth Sitotombe A VIDEO of vendors storing their vegetables and other items for sale...

Healing burn scars …understanding and addressing PTSD in child burn-survivors

By Kudzayi Gumbanjera POST-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex psychological condition that can affect...

Zimbabwe must adopt organic farming or die

By Rutendo Matinyarare  How exactly does the nation go organic?  THE first step in going organic...

Consider rearing guinea fowl

Agriculture Reporter GUINEA FOWL, apart from contributing to household income, play an important role in...

Match officials gear up for 2024 season

By Lovemore Boora THE ZIFA Referees’ Committee chairperson, Norman Matemera, said they are geared up...

Heart Stadium impresses

By Kundai Marunya A LUSH green turf that looks too good to be natural, first...

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The ideological war rages on

EDITOR’S NOTE With Professor Pfukwa   IT is a fact that the Rhodesians did not die. Rhodies will...

Pope must keep out of gay war

COMMENT THE Vatican has shocked the world by approving the blessing of same-sex couples by...

Black South Africans must learn to appreciate

EDITOR — BLACK South Africans, you may complain about the ANC, but the fact...

Geingob and the land question

THE death of Namibian President Hage Geingob on February 4 was a devastating loss...

African special ownership operations: Part 7 … the weaponisation of multiplicities

By Professor Artwell Nhemachena INSTEAD of counting how many resources or how much land has...

Why celebrate Valentine’s Day?

This story originally appeared in The Patriot issue of February 15 2018 VALENTINE’S DAY was...